Boxi and Panjo - Low Fat Diet

Filed under: Boxi and Panjo comic by Hari
Posted at 11:05 IST (last updated: Thu, May 7, 2009 @ 20:55 IST)
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An ingenious excuse for people to stay out of shape. :D

Low Fat Diet

This one was drawn a while ago (actually more than a month ago) but I wanted to space them out over a period of time so that you don't get too bored with them ;)

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  1. Interesting...

    Comment by Shrinidhi Hande (visitor) on Tue, Apr 8, 2008 @ 16:07 IST #
  2. Thanks Shrinidhi.

    Comment by hari (blog owner) on Wed, Apr 9, 2008 @ 18:59 IST #
  3. I should be okay as long as I don't end up on an island with fat-conscious cannibals, eh?

    Cuz then I'd have to put on some weight, like really, really fast.

    Comment by RT Cunningham (visitor) on Wed, Apr 9, 2008 @ 20:31 IST #
  4. RT, yes - you hit the moral of the story spot on. :))

    Comment by hari (blog owner) on Wed, Apr 9, 2008 @ 20:43 IST #
  5. Hahhaha!! Awesome!

    Comment by Sudipta Chatterjee (visitor) on Thu, Apr 10, 2008 @ 08:41 IST #
  6. Thanks, Sudipta.

    Comment by hari (blog owner) on Thu, Apr 10, 2008 @ 08:54 IST #
  7. The cartoon low fat diet &amp; other cartoons find it as great. Please keep up the momentum.

    Retired persons like me find Haris corner good for brief stop-over.

    R.V.Ramani
    (presently from Houston)

    Comment by R.V.Ramani (visitor) on Thu, Apr 10, 2008 @ 17:34 IST #
  8. Mr. Ramani, I thank you for your interest. Hopefully I can keep up the momentum. :)

    Comment by hari (blog owner) on Thu, Apr 10, 2008 @ 19:24 IST #
  9. I think Boxi's making up that story, because the particular leaves that the cannibal is wearing are not indigenous to any areas where the natives still enjoy "long pig".

    Comment by Ernie (visitor) on Wed, Apr 16, 2008 @ 09:17 IST #
  10. Ernie, I thought that the cooking pot should have given it away. I don't think that design is indigenous to any cannibal tribe either. :))

    Comment by hari (blog owner) on Wed, Apr 16, 2008 @ 09:44 IST #
  11. They're probably imported leaves. With the world wide economy and such, transport of goods is a lot easier these days.

    Comment by Tim (visitor) on Mon, Apr 28, 2008 @ 18:42 IST #

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